Better Than the Universal Remote
Learn how to gain remote access to a computer from anywhere using LogMeIn Incorporated's free services. Examples of how this is valuable to schools are included.
iTALC - Intelligent Teaching and Learning with Computers
Designed for schools and optimized for usage on multi-core systems, iTALC lets educators view and control other computers in a school network in several ways:
Log Me In Remote Access
1. Live, real time monitoring of what students are looking at...
A free solution enabling "remote control, file sharing, systems management, data backup, business collaboration and on-demand customer support of PCs, servers, Macintosh computers, smartphones and other connected devices."
Mobile Device Management and the Meraki Solution
Hill explains how Meraki's free Mobile Device Management system can help you manage your network, including classroom iPads.
NComputing's Classroom Lab-in-a-Box is an all inclusive, pre-tested, easy to deploy solution that provides a complete lab for up to 33 users. The lab includes Host Server(s), vSpace Virtualization Software, Windows Server OS and client access licenses (as needed), NComputing virtual desktops and basic peripherals (monitors, keyboards and mice).
Student Information Systems Recommended for North American Adventist Schools
NAD Education has approved three Student Information System (SIS) vendors: Small School Minder (SSM), InformationNOW, and Renweb. This page links to key information about these three and advisory tech support groups.